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tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. geoffrey canada is the president and ceo of the harlem children's zone and he is the center of a new project. the sellout -- the film is a look at education in 20th- century america. the film is now open in select cities. "waiting for superman" is coming up right now. >> all i know is his name is james and he needs extra help with his reading. >> i am james. >> yes. >> to everyone making a difference, you help us all a better. >> nationwide insurance supports tavis smiley. nationwide insurance is on your side. >> and by contributions from their pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: geoffrey canada is the ceo of the harlem tilden's zone. he is at the center of a wonderful new project from davis guggenheim called "waiting for superman." the film is a look at the state of public education in this country. >> one of the saddest days of my life was when my mother told me superman did not exist. i was a comic book readers. i read comic books. i love them. even in the death of the ghetto, you just thought -- in the d
from their pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: geoffrey canada is the ceo of the harlem tilden's zone. he is at the center of a wonderful new project from davis guggenheim called "waiting for superman." the film is a look at the state of public education in this country. >> one of the saddest days of my life was when my mother told me superman did not exist. i was a comic book readers. i read comic books. i love them. even in the death of the ghetto, you just thought -- in the depths of again, you just thought he would show up and he saves all the good people. maybe i was in the fourth grade. my mom said, superman is not real. what do you mean he is not? no, he is not real. she thought i was crying because i thought santa claus was not real. i cried because no one was coming with enough power to save us. kids look at the world and the make certain predictions based on the evidence they are receiving from their peers, from their parents, and from their teachers. from their perspective, the world as a heartless, coldblooded place because, from their side, the
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the canada goose, which had been very endangered not long ago. this is one of very few animals in the country that has seen this kind of success. we hope you will see that with other species including the field had trapped -- fieldhead trout. this will filter any runoff before it enters the river itself and will improve recreational opportunities for folks throughout central california, including the bay area and modesto. it is only 90 minutes away. i want to encourage you to support the project and thank you for talking through the project today. president crowley: any questions? i will entertain a motion to fund. vice president vietor: i have a question. i have been having a problem understanding -- shut that thing off. >> sorry. vice president vietor: help me understand why we are acquiring this land. i mean, are we in the business to acquire lands for wildlife preserves ta? >> in this case, we are going to provide less than 10% of the funding for it to be protected long term, in perpetuity. our role is finite. hopefully, that deal will complete. we are providing some of the energy to make
. people had been talking about things, but not doing anything. hi, mr. canada... how are you? i'm doing great, how 'bout you? right here on 119th street. if we could fix this block, then we could fix the next block, then we could fix the next block... we promised parents, if your child stays with us, i guarantee you that child is going to graduate from college. failure is simply not an option. the sixty...the seventy... the eighty... the ninety-seven blocks which ends up being 10,000 children. we start with children from birth, and stay with those children until they graduate. if you really want to have an impact that is large, you will get there going one step at a time. there is no act that is too small to make a difference. no matter what you want to do, members project from american express can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer or donate at membersproject.com. i love my grandma. i love you grandma. grandma just makes me happy. ♪ to know, know, know you grandma is the bestest. the total package. grandpa's cooooooooool. way cool. ♪ grandpa spoils me rotten. ♪ to know
aircraft that would have gone between britain and the states and britain and canada, thereby hitting three countries. it's a very confusing and contradictory story. on the one hand, this appears to be very serious plot to hit three countries simultaneously. we have a mumbai-style raid. attacking buildings in cities simultaneously and spraying gunfire as civilians. there were hostages who were murdered. they killed nearly to wonder people in 48 hours. they got the headlines that they craved -- they killed 200 people in 48 hours. this has moved from one is caught aspirational -- this has moved from one that is called aspirational. i do not think the authorities in there and the states or over your wanted the details of this to get out. it was leaked to the u.s. media somehow. people always say that it was a deliberate leak. i do not think it was. i do not think they have tourr in of criminal evidence arrest anybody. >> thank you india has launched a biometric id scheme. it will put more than 1 billion citizens on a database. it is hoping the database will give an accurate picture of indian s
for countries including the u.s., canada, and australia. now japan has become the first asian country to admit the refugees. >> we are going to support them and guide them to integrate in japan. we will give them the japanese lessons and other information which is necessary to live in japan but the decisions for their lives we would like to let them do by themselves. we'll much more actively involve ourselves to listen to their difficulties so once a month at least we are going to listen to their difficulties, what kind of difficulties they are facing in their daily lives and that is the pilot project. if there is anything that we can improve, we'll consider that for the next fiscal year. >> before the refugees left thailand, nhk world visited their camp to see what kind of environment they have been living in. >> reporter: this refugee camp was built 26 years ago. shelters for refugees crowded together on rugged mountain slopes. many of the refugees here are minority people from myanmar. the fighting and the government oppression forced many from their villages. refugees sheltering in camps i
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degrees celsius and that's in central or west canada. so, we have seen quite a warming over the period of our professional lifetimes. let's go to the next one. further more, if you simply play a sort of a thought experiment which my coleague mike has done here for the landscape of the united states, and what he's done is taken a census of precipitation, day by day every event that's occurred over along period, and he's cataloged how many of those events occurred where temperatures were in the range of minus 3 degrees celsius, just below freezing and freezing and what's shaded on here is the fraction of time for a given location in which the precipitation has occurred in that temperature range. that's a range of what we might call vulnerability because if temperature rises by three degrees celsius, all of the sudden we're not snowing anymore we're raining. you can think of this as a flood vulnerability map or a potential loss of snowstorm or the western problem as you can see and particularly areas like the west slope of the sierras and the cascades and part of the rockies are especiall
're, its origins trace back to pole climbing to those of lumberjacks in america and canada. >>> in australia, we're pumped for a record setting race. the high healed women set the guinness record for fastest stiletto relay. oh, my goodness. nearly 100 women and even one man -- one man -- strapped on sky-high shoes for the race. the winning team took home $100,000 and plans to rest in thailand, no doubt to rest those aching feet. one man, bill karins. one man. i just have to say this -- i have a stiletto with your name on it. >> now, that is a stiletto. good thing my foot wouldn't fit in it. >> if you want to try -- >> if you want to treat my broken ankle, that's fine. >> okay. >>> time now for an early look at some of the stories we'll follow throughout the day here on nbc. >>> in washington state, there will be a hearing for a whom who falsely claimed a stranger threw acid in her face when she did it herself. accused of accepting donations made by those duped in the hoax. >>> closing arguments are expected in a high profile divorce case that could affect the ownership of t
but one manufacturer, bombardier of canada. federal records show in the last two years, there have been only two such incidents involving airliners made by other companies but in that time you have the six bombardier incidents, two in the last four days plus chicago, atlanta, ontario, california, and philadelphia. in each case, the planes landed safely without injuries to those on board, but with that many accidents involving similar aircraft made pie by the same company, authorities want to know if that's a pattern. the f.a.a. and national transportation safety board are investigating and aviation investigators say wear and tear could be an issue. >> they're designed and used for short-haul uses of passengers so they may take off and land three five, seven, 10 times a day sometimes. so their landing gear are put under a lot more stress. >> reporter: today bombardier said it would support any investigation. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. >> couric: in health news, there's been a lot of debate about what causes attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, commonly called a.d.h.d. some sa
the border into canada. he apparently told border officers he was going to visit family. >> i have seen they have family there and they come over there some time. >that is unbelievable. >> at this point officials will only say that they do conduct criminal background checks on all of their employees before they begin work at their day care centers. as for the suspect, he is on his way back to virginia to face these very serious charges. >>> now let's check back in on the breaking news where a tour bus carrying children has crashed all other reprioff a ra. >> we can confirm what we said before, this was a school group, a field trip. all we're a hearing from people on the bus is that it was a medical emergency from the driver. because the bus to go off the roadway and rolled down and em been embankment. almost into the northbound lanes of 270, but he did not come out into the travel lanes. -- but did not come out into the travelling. we understand there is one fatality, we have not been confirmed this with the fire department, but passengers told us it was the driver. 8 required medical t
shows one go monitorial canada is pulling ahead. martin o'malley has an 11 point advantage right now. the poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3%. the top issue is the economy. urlich has the support of gop voters but not trying to cross back in 2002. -- but not drawing the cross party appeal that helped him win back in 2002. join us for a closer look at their race tonight at 7:00 and abc 7. >>> house democrats face accusations of abuse of power and the senate moves ahead to a senate bill. >> the gop report comes out+ today. there are really going for the jugular, wrong direction, the wrong bill, they're wrong time. >> basically saying the democrats have done they have not got things done, and there in the rules they imposed, and do not give the minority a consideration. talk about today, thank goodness the government will keep running. >> not surprisingly congress will have a catch-calall spendig bill. it assignq" congress's giving up, they want to get out of town, go home and campaign and get ready for the midterm elections and deal with this later after the elections. -- it
category. that is not the canada. i'm running. i'm running for the people. whatever the people want that will best serve district 10, that's what i'm for. >> thank you. mr. morris. >> i'm on the communities site. i'm on the city's side. if you do not identify yourself, somebody identifies you for you. been helping lower class families lower their utility bills. i run the neighborhood newspaper for the longest serving neighbor newspaper in san francisco. i am raising my family in san francisco in potrero hill. unfortunately, in san francisco , we tend to want to label people one way or another, and it blocks us from making solutions. i hear people saying they want the same things. i have not met any conservatives in the city. i have met people who are raising their families, who want to have a job, and want a clean and safe environment. i think we need to get beyond labels. we need to get action and get things done. thank you. >> mr. smith. >> outside of san francisco, they look at this place as 47 square miles surrounded by reality. i would probably lean more towards the progressive
now more than ever. thank you. >> it is hard not to want to stand up. i'm the only district in canada it to have collected 1000 signatures to put my name on the ballot. i did that would be helpful folks in this audience. we all know that san francisco is a city of neighborhood. each neighborhood takes special pride. each one has a t-shirt. i can tell you that because i have bought them. in order to lead a district as diverse as district 10, you need to understand the neighborhoods and their very special characters, and honor those things. and then you have to find commonalities. the district has unique problems. many of them have to do with development. all of us want a stifafe street. all of us want a job. let's find a way to have a common solutions. >> i'm tempted to ask a follow up. mr. smith. >> yes, steve brings up a good point. i travel all around district 10. there is a common thread that combines all. we always want to know --j" schools going to be open? are there going to be jobs? is there going to be adequate housing? that is what everybody wants. i do not care where you are
in canada is waiting and it's going to come into the chicago area. in fact, the cold front, the leading edge of that cold air is expected to make its way to chicago tonight around midnight. but the main chunk of cold air that is coldest air will wait until the weekend. temperatures across the entire area at this hour very comfortable. and there is not much moisture around. dew point temperatures as you see in the 40s across the area so it's a good day to get out and enjoy some sunshine and very mild temperatures. there is the wind picture. notice the winds coming out of the south. they will come out of the south, southwest most of the afternoon. but shift around to the northwest overnight tonight as that cold front comes through the area. temperature forecast, there is the milder air. that front the cold air begins to invade the chicago area. and it looks like this weekend we will see day time high temperatures just in the 50s and possibly some 30s chilly. there is a hot air continuing to build out in the western states. but we were thinking that maybe by the weekend the western states also
of alert. while travelling in montreal, canada, the homeland security secretary acknowledged a, quote, we need to move to the next stage of screening, terrorists kind of figured out the magnet ometer business and continues to be a threat stream about taking down a commercial airliner in part because it was used successfully before and could have a huge impact. >> a senior u.s. officials confirms to fox there has been an up tick in chatter especially when it comes to europe and tonight our sister network sky news is it reporting plots targeting london and other european cities has been intercepted, this is a reference to commando style attacks using guns, explosives and also cell phones for coordination. sky news is also reporting tonight that the plot, quote, was advanced, but not imminent, there was no immediate comment from u.s. officials, bret. >> bret: catherine herridge will have tonight in chicago, thank you. be careful what you say about someone, you may end up working with them. that story in the grapevine and >> the recently resigned head of the nation's second largest public em
of montreal which i believe is in canada which studied 500 kids at three points in their lives, 10, 12 and 14. tracking their consumption of alcohol, marijuana and hard drugs like cocaine and fun dip, scientists found the more popular a child and their friends were, the more they consumed. so what does this mean? it means i'm board. but also it explains one researcher, quote, teenagers don't consume to belong to the group. they do it to remain well liked. you know another way to remain well liked without doing drugs? do this. >> air guitar with a wood hose in front of a wood pile. classic. does this mean that cool kids in school -- this is the way i look at it. if are you cool in school you are doing drugs, but you always end up being the drugged out loser who hangs out around afterwards because you didn't study. >> exactly, but you have a built in client base to sell drugs. >> kind of like you have made yourself into a capitalist. >> exactly. but the study that says kids who do drugs are troubled kids or whatever. is it really worth it? are there bullies in school saying, hey, did you hear t
's picking up the moisture and moving up towards eastern canada over in next 12 to 24 hours. there's a small craft advisory in the bay and bay temperature around 75. there's a wind moving in and breezy and 65 is the low. tomorrow, rain, heavy and maybe a thunderstorm and gusty winds and maybe up to 25 to 35 miles per hour winds. we're talking about power outages and that's if we get the heavy rains. we'll have a narrow band and it's 75 miles wide where we hit the rainfalls. exact will where that will be determines where we'll get the flooding issues. >> it's full of the good news. >> and it's all over tomorrow night. >> still to come, two big stories on a massive tropical system pushes rain towards maryland. >>> also, a deadly bus accident >>> also, a deadly bus accident with a dozen injured. ,,,, old gibbs canning company. >>> also, a deadly bus accident with a dozen injured. ,,,, today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new c
. i'm a sorry guy. researchers in canada put men and women up against each other and determined women apologize more than men do. they studie 186 people, half of them were men, half women. some of the participants kept journals documenting every time they apologized. just like a woman. keep a journal every time you apologize. women overwhelmingly said sorry more often. but here's the key. not because women are nor likely to to do something wrong, they're just more inclined to think they did. men have month problem apologizg when they are wrong. >> therein lies the problem. men never think their wrong when 99% of the time they are, right? >> huh? >> although my husband would say that i never apologize. just to put it out there. it probably would suit us well if bothmen and women apologized more. >> i'm sorry. >> thank you. >> no problem. >> if a man speaks in the forest and there's no wman there to hear him, is he still wrong? >> yes. >> see. see. and we're sorry for that. good mornin ase take a look at temperatures, we're not sorry for the fresh and cool start. it's off to a very cool
in the netherlands canada and the uk. many other countries aren't using them yet because they have other concerns about cost and privacy, brian. >> laura evans tonight. >>> the united states is pressuring countries around the world to use full body scanners at airports. germany just started testing one. dubai is stopping the scanners. italy also says they're too slow and ineffective. jim harper joins us to talk about this. jim, the point is simple, right? we have to go through the shoe thing, we have to go through the liquid thing. depending upon what country you're coming from to the united states, they don't have to. what's the point here? >> as the secretary, you're trained to harmonize international standards at a very high level. countries are debating what the appropriate standards are. whether we should use the so-called strip machines around the world. they provide a small margin of security at a high cost of privacy and a delay at the airport. >> do we have the power to influence them? it seems countries are going the opposite direction. >> the aviation organization has a lot of funding
the u.s. and canada are offering free rooms for them november 10th, the night before veterans day. more information for who is participating. some of us have to settle for free ice cream. coldstone giving out free ice cream from 5:00 to 8 p.m.. the flavor that's free was created by a child's whose wish was design the give-away. it's mixed with graham cracker, pie crust and apple pie filling. the company's incoming chief executive kicking out the chief during the spill. hewlett-packard's not letting its recent sexual harassment scandal hold its back. dell which recently lost a bidding war with h. p. says it has a rhythm of how to acquire companies. i'm jane king with the bloomberg business report. >> 5:55. fliers will see something much smaller than jumbo jets taking off on the runways of sfo. 200 volunteers will walk the runways keeping an eye out for rocks, trash and pieces of junk that can damage a jet engine. the 11th year the airport has sponsored its foreign object debris or fod walk. objects as small as birds can force airplanes out of the sky while causing tens of thousands of do
of fourth largest nation by a total area ranking behind russia and canada and just above or below china. chuck on independent line. caller: good morning. i think the problem with america, our politicians, they support the wealthy and not the american people. they support the corporations. and they want to talk about getting back to the constitution. they are actually doing the opposite. they are supporting the very few. host: so i am going to do the same with the. as america's strength its constitution? turn your complaints on its head and tell us what america's core competency is. caller: the strength is the middle class and for the country to thrive the middle class has to prosper. for the middle-class to prosper, we got to have jobs. for the last 30 years we have been basically on an outsourcing gimmick for the corporations and the wealthy to profit more and they don't really care about the american people. i don't think they are patriots and i don't think they christians. host: your estimation america's core strength is the strength of its middle class and for you the prescription t
. that's not the case when you go up through the eastern seaboard. flood watches through canada and mid-atlantic and boston area won't be too bad with this one. how much rainfall we are expecting with this storm and adding it up as it goes in time here and the possibility of a six to seven inch localized rain event in areas of new jersey and new york city and that would be a big deal as far as the timing goes. starts tonight in d.c., some light rain and the real significant rains early tomorrow morning. the morning commute around d.c., philly and also baltimore will be bad. new york the heavy rain will just be moving in. tomorrow afternoon and evening the heaviest delays and d.c., philly to new york and getting into heaartford and wraps up thursday night into friday morning. it's a weird event. almost like a nor'easter type storm. just a very heavy rain event. a storm we would see in the spring -- >> it's a weird fall. let's just say that. >> i like a quiet fall, but the leaves first. >> doesn't this make that? >> we'll appreciate it later. >> thank you. >>> there are some frightening m
on the border in pakistan. janet napolitano joins us from montreal, canada, where she's attending a u.n. meeting on aviation security. we'll get to that issue in a minute. first virks to ask you, a little news of the day. what can you tell us about these threats overseas in particular, any threats to the u.s. homeland, recognizing you are a little limited in what you can tell us. should people be fearful this morning? >> you know, i can't comment to specific threats. but what i can say is that we're constantly working both at the homeland but with our allies abroad to make sure that the terrorists are not successful in carrying out any of their threats. >> has there been an increase -- >> it's an ongoing effort. >> of course. has there been increased reporting? obviously, we're seeing that in europe. they're on high alert there. is there any companion threat here? >> i prefer not to comment. we're taking and always take every measure that we can conceive tof protect the american people. >> so the increased chatter that french intelligence sources are basing some of their reasoning for raising th
evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. geoffrey canada is the president
been talking about things, but not doing anything. hi, mr. canada... how are you? i'm doing great, how 'bout you? right here on 119th street. if we could fix this block, then we could fix the next block, then we could fix the next block... we promised parents, if your child stays with us, i guarantee you that child is going to graduate from college. failure is simply not an option. the sixty...the seventy... the eighty... the ninety-seven blocks which ends up being 10,000 children. we start with children from birth, and stay with those children until they graduate. if you really want to have an impact that is large, you will get there going one step at a time. there is no act that is too small to make a difference. no matter what you want to do, members project from american express can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer or donate at membersproject.com. words alone aren't enough. my job is to listen to the needs and frustrations of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for t
to appeal. >> the first debate between canada is willing to be the new governor happened today. a look here uc-davis and make what men. they shook hands and then squared off. this is where they discussed a range of issues including immigration and the effectiveness of the government that governor schwarzenegger handled. it is about the economy. >> i will set by example. i say that i will cut 15 to 20 percent out of the governor's office and i say to the legislature that it is your turn next. i would like to see the 15 to 20 percent and i know they can. then we'll start the agencies will go from there. most of the budget certain time and muslim are laid by a week or two, nothing like this. i know how to do this. i have the willpower, have the independence and i know a lot of things like the energy commission being duplicated with other commissions. we can cut and don't leave but people say when they say we have not got to the bone, they're fooling around. >> unfortunately mr. brown's entire campaign has been funded by the employing union and i don't think that is in the best interest of cali
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this. he should back the canada. but he has his own supporters, many of them republicans who feel that he have the right to run. >> this is the last vestiges of the republican party, and i kept this because, this is a republican symbol from south africa. my friend from south africa brought me this back. the only vestige i cap. and i did keep one of these, which is the poster we had made up for mccain and palin in 2008. these were made up for $1 apiece. the f-15 hundred of them made and they went in a couple of hours. they were gone. and we actually 14 mccain and pale and here in virginia beach. -- we actually won for mccain and palin here in virginia beach. >> it president obama carried this district, then his policies are and joined in this debate. glenn did not vote for the health care bill, but they want to use that against them. in some way, it is viewed as a referendum on the president's policies. it may say something about obama is chances in virginia in 2012. >> our local content vehicles are traveling the country, visiting communities and congressional districts as we look
and mayor bloomberg are getting it right. remarkable stuff jeffrey canada is doing in harlem. jeffrey sachs, the bottom line is, i said earlier this week this is a moral issue, a national security issue, an economic issue. the united states of america can't move forward. we have to improve our k-12 education system. >> also a jobs issue. when you look at where the unemployment really is, those who finished college education have low unemployment. the unemployment is among people who don't have -- haven't been able to get through the educational system, get a bachelor's degree. so if we have all these dropouts, if we're not getting kids all the way through college these days and there's more and more of that, that's where the unemployment is also located. so it is national security. it's competitiveness. happiness, and it's the jobs. so this matters and these charter schools we're finding great successes and failures and it's a question of building on successes right now. >> coming up in just a few minutes, my your michael bloomberg. willie, how are you going to embarrass us. >> "the last wo
. >> steve: right. meanwhile, u.s. homeland security secretary janet napolitano is in montreal, canada to urge the international community to heighten security efforts and it's great we would have her on a breaking news day. good morning to you, may dam secretary. >> good morning. >> steve: how credible is this threat and what is the united states doing to help them? >> well, as director clapper said yesterday, we're not going to comment on specific threats except to say that we're constantly in contact with our allyies on a variety of threats and to make sure that we remain safe, both in the homeland and western interests abroad because al-qaeda is a determined adversary. >> brian: i think that the american people deserve an explanation and just to be updated, don't you think, could you tell us first off, are we included in this so-called alleged coordinated attack? >> well, without, again, commenting on specific threats, we are constantly active in a pro-active way to protect the american people and to protect interests around the globe. one of the reasons i'm here in montreal, for e
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